Gallup introduced the world to the original Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment in Now, Discover Your Strengths.
For decades, the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment has helped people excel. From top business executives and managers to salespeople, nurses, teachers, students, pastors, and others, more than 10 million people have realized the benefits of leading with their strengths.
— From Gallup Strengths Center
I started my journey with StrengthsFinder back in 2008 when my previous company introduced me to the concept and the book. All the leads took the assessment test to get their top 5 strengths, followed by a generic training. Unfortunately, no further follow-up occurred and no specific/concrete measures done to capitalize on each of our goals. My initial excitement fizzled out with it.
Fast forward a couple of weeks ago, I met (N) at Story & Co and his mention on his Signature Themes piqued my interest. I quickly asked to meet w/ him over coffee and he obliged, even giving me a copy of the Strengths Quest book.
I am barely half-way through the book but I am fully committed to pushing forward with this self-discovery this time around. I now realize that it is my personal responsibility to understand and make the most of my talents and strengths, but I sure am glad that (N) has expressed his support to guide me along the way.
To learn more about Gallup, you can visit their site here: Gallup Strengths Center
If you are interested to know your talents, you can buy the code here (the top 5 strengths access should do) or get a book from a local bookstore.
Ryan’s top five talent themes are:
Relator, Arranger, Learner, Maximizer and Individualization.
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